Entry #: 36

Entry Date: 2014-12-14 23:43:23

Name: Simon Falla
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: Hi

My Dad was an SOE Agent (F-Section) during WW2..and often spoke of the Crews of 161 Squadron with affection

Thanks for remembering them

Entry #: 35

Entry Date: 2014-10-21 14:25:01

Name: Hans Vles (1935)
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: Moving story.

Im am writing a book: Thank You Liberators, so that my grandchildren will know what the cost of 70 years of Freedom is.

Kindest regards, Hans Vles, Middelburg, Holland.

Entry #: 34

Entry Date: 2014-07-13 14:14:49

Name: Roger Sykes
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: The interest and admiration of those involved will never lessen. I little thought what was going on when, as a school boy in those momentous years, and now I can only marvel at the courage and selflessness displayed by those men and women.A big thank you must go to those who have told their stories, to keep alive the story of their sacrifices.

Entry #: 33

Entry Date: 2014-03-18 23:00:46

Name: John Moffat
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: It is only many years latter that we find out what our realatives did to keep us free, my Uncle was Flying Officer John (Jack) Weddell who died with the rest of his crew on 27th November 1944 over Belgium.
Thank you for this site and the recognition of 161 Squadron

Entry #: 32

Entry Date: 2014-02-26 13:03:50

Name: James Waddell
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: Father GERVIS WADDELL flying with Sam CULLEN (Syndney, NS/ Cape Breton) Nick Nicholson, and 'Bud' SCHROEDer an american who had joined the RAF(?)

Entry #: 31

Entry Date: 2014-01-25 23:57:07

Name: Ken Bishop
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: A remarkable story of courage on the part of the lost aircrew - and their companions of the Special Duty squadrons - and a tribute to the investigative
dedication of the people who brought them home in spirit and soul to rest, so far as it was possible.

Entry #: 30

Entry Date: 2013-11-08 00:04:47

Name: Keith Paulin
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: Hi
My father Bob Paulin was in 161 squadron and crashed during a mission on 22/07/1943. The aircraft was Halifax DK119 and the rear gunner Louis Lavellee was sadly killed. I have pics of the crew and more info. Well done with this website. It's great that people like yourself are doing such good research on the war. Please EMail me if you would like more info.

Entry #: 29

Entry Date: 2013-09-10 16:01:29

Name: David Sicling
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: What a truly amazing site.

Entry #: 28

Entry Date: 2013-04-02 10:53:54

Name: Simon Thomson
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments:
This is an astonishing historical archive and Bob Body equally astonishing with his mine of information and knowledge about SOE and RAF Tempsford.

He was able to find records for my cousin Flt. Lt Brian Mill within minutes.

Entry #: 27

Entry Date: 2013-03-23 05:16:08

Private Entry

Entry #: 26

Entry Date: 2013-03-13 03:12:30

Name: Andy Richards
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: Dad was quite old when I came along, so he has gone on now, this access to history is a bit to late for him. I think we would have enjoyed reading some of this together, he had the memory and was there, but he thought no one would ever be interested in what happened 60+ years ago. Its good that your collating information and that people can add to it what they know , to make a bigger clearer picture that anyone can access. As an Engineer I like detail especially detail that adds up and fits into a think pattern.There is a lot to be learnt from things that happend back then, and all the sites out there help to build a picture, so thank you from me and on Pop's behalf.